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US regulators accuse crypto exchange Binance of violating securities laws

By France24
11 June 2023   |   5:15 pm
The largest cryptocurrency exchange platform, Binance, is facing legal action by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). On Monday, the SEC accused Binance of conducting financial transactions and providing services unlawfully without the necessary authorizations.

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